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Congratulations! You just made a delicious decision and decided to cook and eat grass fed steaks this winter! Not only are you supporting your local farms and economy, but you are supporting your health and the health of our animals as well. There are a lot of differences between conventional beef (AKA Factory Beef) and grass fed, grass finished, beef; Therefore, when cooking your grass fed steaks there are a few basics you should know. First of all, forget just about everything you know about cooking factory beef. Grass fed has a depth of flavor that conventional feedlot beef does not come close to. It browns beautifully on medium heat, does not release excess water in the pan, and cooks much faster because it lacks excess water and has less fat. Grass fed beef has tremendous flavor when properly cooked, therefore, you will want to bring out that flavor rather than mask it with tons of spices and condiments. The best marinade for prime grass-fed beef steaks is a little bit of extra virgin olive oil. Ideally, you will want to use unfiltered olive oil because unfiltered oil contains enzymes and other substances which make the meat more tender and bring out its flavor. If you do not have unfiltered olive oil in your pantry though, don’t fret, good ol’ extra virgin olive oil is just fine. How to sauté Foxhollow Farm’s grass fed, grass finished Steak: Sauté = cooking with some fat in a cast iron (ideal) frying pan over medium heat. 1. The night before (or anywhere from 1 to 18 hours before. I usually do about 1 hr. for prime steaks) you plan to cook the steak coat all sides with olive oil. Depending on the size of the steak, 2-3 tablespoons should be enough. Place steak in glass or ceramic bowl and cover, and refrigerate overnight. 2. Remove steaks from refrigerator so the steak can come to room temperature before cooking. This should take about 30 minutes to 1 hour. 3. Heat 2 tablespoons real butter (pastured butter is best) in your cast iron frying pan over medium heat. The heat never goes over medium when cooking grass fed beef. 4. Let butter get hot, bubbly, and slightly smoking. While this happens, lightly sprinkle a little sea salt over both sides of the steak. Put steaks in pan. 5. Cook for about 5 minutes on each side (adjust the time depending on how rare you want it. 5 minutes will give you around medium rare for 1 ½ inch steak). 6. Place the steak on a plate or cutting board and cover with foil. Let sit for 10 minutes before carving or serving.
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A Bench Grinder is commonly used in Design & Technology for light general purpose grinding operations and tool sharpening. Pedestal Grinder A Pedestal Grinder is primarily used in Design & Technology for heavy general purpose grinding operations. Grinding is the process of removing material by the cutting action of the countless hard and sharp abrasive particles of a revolving grinding wheel as they come in contact with the surface to be ground. The grinding wheels are held between two flanged disks. Usually a roughing or coarse-grained wheel is mounted on one end of the spindle and a fine wheel on the other. A tool rest is provided for each wheel so that the work piece may be held or steadied while being ground. 200MM HEAVY DUTY GRINDER Acknowledgment http://www.brobo.com.au The operator is protected against flying abrasive particles and ground material by the wheel guards and spark arrestors, which are integral parts of a machine. Safety glass shields are also provided for additional protection. WARNING The main types of injury are caused by: • Entanglement of hair or clothing in rotating machinery parts. • Fingers being caught between grinder wheel and work rest. • Sparks or worn abrasive may be thrown by the grinding action. • Body parts coming into contact with abrasive wheel. • Ejected material or disintegrated abrasive wheel. • Hot metal. Acknowledgment http://www.brobo.com.au 86 Guidelines for the Safe Use of Machinery Grinder guarding Machinery must have in place guarding which isolates moving parts and the point of operation from direct contact with the operator. AS 1485 –1983 SAFETY AND HEALTH IN WORKROOMS OF EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS 7.5.5 Pedestal or Bench-type Grinding Machine. The following specific provisions apply to pedestal or bench-type grinding machines: (a) A fixed guard should cover the major part of the wheel, with additional adjustable guarding to leave exposed only the portion of the wheel in use. To compensate for the reduced diameter of the wheel an adjustable tongue shall be fitted so that a minimum gap between the wheel and the guard can be maintained. Grinding machines must have guarding, which encloses dangerous moving parts by means of fixed guards. • The angular exposure of the grinding wheel periphery and sides for guard must not exceed one quarter of the periphery. • The exposure must start at a point not be more than 650 above the horizontal plane of the wheel. • The guards must cover the spindle ends, nuts and flange projections. • The guards must be mounted to ensure proper alignment with the wheel. • The guards must be of sufficient mechanical strength to prevent part of the wheel being thrown out in the event of a 650 wheel breakage. max. 900 max. • The spark arrestors must be maintained at a distance exposure of no greater than 6mm. from the grinding wheel face. • A transparent eye screen, which is sufficiently large to discourage operators from looking round it, must be fitted on a grinder used for hand held work. • A work rest maintained in good condition and adjusted as close as possible to the wheel with a maximum clearance of 1.5mm. • Additional protection, in the form of an enclosure, which isolates the remaining work area from other personnel, may SIDE VIEW SHOWING GUARD ENCLOSING 0 270 OF GRINDING WHEEL be necessary depending on the positioning of the machine. 650 max. 6mm max. SIDE VIEW SHOWING SPARK ARRESTOR ADJUSTED TO A MAXIMUM 6mm GAP Acknowledgement: Standards Australia 87 Guidelines for the Safe Use of Machinery Purchasing a Bench Grinder General A Bench Grinder should: • Meet DECS Standards for Plant and Equipment: Part A. • Have spare parts readily available through a local distributor. • Be supplied with all tools required for the operation of the machine. • Be supplied with detailed instruction/parts manual. • Be of robust construction. • Be suitable for continuous use, similar to that found in industry. ...
This directive is intended for personnel response to operate the grinding machine. The complete technical documentation shall all the times be kept near the grinding machine. Thie operating directive points out essential details for the application of the grinding machine. With hints contained in this directive, failures at the grinding machine may be avoided thus permitting troublefree operation. It is therefore of utmost importance that personnel delegated to operate the machine is familiar with this directive, especially the chapter for safety. It is recommended to carefully study the directive prior to taking machine to operation, as G&N will not come up for damages or operating failures resulting from nonobservance of this directive. Note: Technical modifications serving for improvement of the grinding machine are subject to exception as compared to description and notes of this directive. Purpose of Machine: The precision grinding machine MPS VTG II is exclusively designed for resharpening punching tools made of steel. Any other application is considered contrary to intended purpose. The manufacturer will not accept claims for damages resulting from such use; the user will be responsible for such application. Mate Part Number: LIT00426 Rev A Precision Surface Grinding Machine MPS VTG II SPECIFICATION Order No.: _______________ Mfg. Year: 2002 _______________ 400V / 50Hz El. Connection V/Hz: _______________ Mate Part Number: LIT00426 Rev A TECHNICAL DATA MPS VTG II Connected Load Grinding Motor: Compressed air supply 4 kVA 3,3 kW 440V50Hz 2850 min-1 6 bar Grinding Wheels CBN Diamant ø 200X34X32 mm ø 200X34X32 mm Precision 0,005 mm Rotary Table ø 320 mm Max. grinding height: ca. 300 mm Space (depending on order) ca. 760 x 650 mm Noise level < 67dB(A) Weight ca. 300 kgs Mate Part Number: LIT00426 Rev A OPERATING MANUAL MPS VTG II
Personal Safety equipment is part of the driver mental and physical racing package. Two months ago in Victory Lane Magazine, we discussed drivers suits as the first in a series on personal safety equipment. This month we will discuss racing shoes. This continues the topic of safety and begins a series on the selection and use of racing shoes. As with previous topics, the racer needs to check with his/her local racing club and make sure t h a t Pyrotect racing shoes. the shoe type is approved and/or fits with the club’s guidelines for racing shoes. One of the primary functions of a racing shoe or racing boot is to allow the driver to “feel” the pedals of the car, this tactile interaction of the driver and the car’s controls is of the utmost importance. Another key feature of the product is to provide a shoe sole that feature low, or no heel elevation, as this disrupts the ease of pedal movement. There should be no overhanging sole edge to be trapped behind pedal edges. The laces should help the shoe fit securely. Some shoes have Velcro that keeps the foot secure and prevents movement. The lace ends should be worn under the racing suit bottom or be covered by the Velcro strap. It is a must that if you are driving a race car on track, the shoes should be fire resistant with Nomex lining. The size and shape of the shoe needs to conform to the pedal space of the individual vehicle or car. Many racing clubs require that shoes and or boots conform to the SFI Standard 3.5, which says that “shoes and boots shall extremesupply.com incorporate fire resistant/retardant material in the non-sole area. Other materials may be used providing they do not inhibit the protective capability of the assembly. Shoes shall have a standard configuration. Boots shall extend up the leg at least six (6) inches (15.2cm). This dimension shall be taken at the rear of the boot, measured from the bottom of the sole to the top of the extension.” We are interviewing makers and suppliers of racing shoes and will have a series of articles about these interviews. In this issue there are interviews from maker Oakley Race Wear and suppliers Averill Racing Stuff and Safe Racer or ...
Various shoes are worn by distance runners throughout a training season. This study measured the differences in ground reaction forces between running shoes, racing flats, and distance spikes in order to provide information about the potential effects of footwear on injury risk in highly competitive runners. Ten male and ten female intercollegiate distance runners ran across a force plate at 6.7 m·s-1 (for males) and 5.7 m·s-1 (for females) in each of the three types of shoes. To control for differences in foot strike, only subjects who exhibited a heel strike were included in the data analysis. Two repeated-measures ANOVAs with Tukey’s post-hoc tests (p < 0.05) were used to detect differences in shoe types among males and females. For the males, loading rate, peak vertical impact force and peak braking forces were significantly greater in flats and spikes compared to running shoes. Vertical stiffness in spikes was also significantly greater than in running shoes. Females had significantly shorter stance times and greater maximum propulsion forces in racing flats compared to running shoes. Changing footwear between the shoes used in this study alters the loads placed on the body. Care should be taken as athletes enter different phases of training where different footwear is required. Injury risk may be increased since the body may not be accustomed to the differences in force, stance time, and vertical stiffness. Key words: Footwear, impact, track.
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The brake pressure that comes out of the master cylinder is a result of “manual brake pressure” and “boosted brake pressure”. “Manual pressure” is the pressure generated by pushing on the brake pedal with out any extra force from the booster. “Boosted brake pressure” is the pressure created by the extra force the booster sends to the master cylinder. In the case of a vacuum booster, this boost is “free pressure”. The engine vacuum pulls 1 or more diaphragms that act on the master cylinder. The larger the diaphragms area the more “free pressure” the booster can provide. For example: A driver applies 100 pounds of force on the brake pedal. The car has a pedal ratio of 7:1 and a 1” bore master cylinder. The car will make 891psi of brake pressure. If the same car were to add a 9” single diaphragm vacuum booster the brake pressure would increase by 899psi with a total brake pressure of 1790psi. The 899psi increase is “free pressure”. The following charts show the “free pressure” each size vacuum booster can provide. 100 pounds with a 7:1 pedal ratio on a 1 1/8” bore with 23” vacuum. Booster size... Note: your results may vary due to differences in the pedal ratio, return spring, pivot bushing resistance, etc. Unlike an engine driven hydraulic pump, there is no power loss using engine vacuum to operate the brake booster. Also, a vacuum booster only uses one hose and does not require any clamps. A hydraulic booster has a high pressure hose that must use a high pressure fitting, and a low pressure hose that has to use hose clamps to prevent fluid leaks.